Grade II listed late Georgian town house, situated in the south western corner of this attractive Knightsbridge garden square to which residents have access.
The development of Trevor Square commenced in the early 1800's by the well-known local builder W.F Pocock. The architecture of Trevor Street and Trevor Square is characteristic of the late Georgian to Regency period.
Located on the western side of the Square, this handsome Grade II Listed terrace house is built of yellow stock brick with channelled stucco to ground floor with three storeys and a basement. The house is two windows wide with a first floor balcony and railings with steps up to the entrance.
The house now requires complete modernisation and refurbishment. It presents an excellent opportunity to refurbish, re-arrange and potentially extend, subject to receipt of the usual statutory consents.
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Unmodernised family house in prime London garden squareCharles Holbrook